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Juventus 2-0 Lazio Week 31 Player Ratings

April 18, 2015

Juventus dominated Lazio to run out 2-0 winners in the battle between first and second in Serie A.

The Bianconeri began the game the brighter and it was Tevez who gave Juve the lead on 17 mins as he sprung the offside trap to latch on to Vidal’s flicked on ball and slot past Marchetti.

Juve went 2-0 up through an unlikely scorer when Leonardo Bonucci galloped the length of the pitch as the Lazio defence stood off and cooly fired past the Lazio keeper.

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Gianluigi Buffon

Barely had a save to make before being called into action to deny Candreva’s dipping free-kick. Another confident and composed performance.

7.0 / 10

Andrea Barzagli

Solid performance yet again, kept Felipe Anderson relatively quiet the entire match. Great positioning and tackling as always

6.5 / 10

Giorgio Chiellini

A towering performance at the back, heading out every cross and marking Klose out of the game although a needless handball could have cost Juventus on the night.

7.0 / 10

Leonardo Bonucci

Brilliant at the back, especially with his tackling, but better still was his goal where he sprinted the length of the pitch to fire past Marchetti. Magnificent.

7.0 / 10

Patrice Evra

Another quiet but efficient display, especially with his tackles – Perfectly timed, each and every one.

6.5 / 10

Arturo Vidal

A hard-working display, more akin to his performances of last season. He covered every inch of the pitch, broke up numerous Lazio attacks and even managed to set up the opening goal with a deft assist.

7.5 / 10

Claudio Marchisio

Not his best performance, especially the dangerous tackle that earned him a booking. Seems to play all the better when deputising for Pirlo at the base of the 3.

6.5 / 10

Andrea Pirlo

Much improved from his midweek return to action against Monaco. Provided the assist to set Bonucci on his way for Juve’s second.


Simone Padoin

Exceptional display tonight, especially with his range of crosses from the right. Strong in defence and managed to limit Keita and Anderson to a hand full of shots.

7.0 /10

Carlos Tevez

An industrious performance capped off by his 17th league goal of the season. Could easily have scored another – indispensable.

7.0 / 10

Alessandro Matri

Started brightly but quickly faded as the game wore on as he struggled to make any kind of meaningful impression on the game

6.0 / 10



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